Zaytoven Songs

  • Hard
    NLA are a new R&B trio who are currently preparing their debut LP, Past Due. Their last single was a collaboration with Migos, and today, they're keeping the Atlanta rap influence going with a Zaytoven collaboration. "Hard" is reminiscent of Future's "Just Like Bruddas," with Zay bringing tickling the ivories in a way that brings a bit of melancholy out of the sticky vocal lines.
  • While She Talkin' (Remix)
    While She Talkin' (Remix)
    Kevin Gates is steadily building his own Breadwinners crew and label, and it's about time we meet one of its rising stars, who happens to be Kevin's brother -- the name: BreadWinner Kane. Kane is also affiliated with Zaytoven's new imprint, Zaytown, and he's gotten Zay to produce his new track, "While She Talkin'." Now, you can hear both Gates bros together on the "While She Talkin'" remix. 
  • Lil Mama
    Lil Mama
    After a slight delay, Shy Glizzy came through tonight and released his new mixtape For Trappers Only. Produced entirely by Zaytoven, the 12-track effort features guest appearances from Ty Dolla $ign, Boosie Badazz, Yo Gotti, Sauce Walka, and more. Looking to highlight one of its standout cuts, here goes the Ty Dolla $ign-featured record “Lil Mama.” And just as the title depicts, listen as the two put on for their “lil mamas” over this slow tempo, Zaytoven-produced trap beat.
  • Church In These Streets
    Church In These Streets
    Jeezy's new album is coming November 13th, and he's getting things rolling with a new series called "Sunday Service," where he'll have something new for us once a week, specifically on the Lord's day. After hitting us with the Southside and TM88-produced "God" a few weeks back, the Snowman has returned with a new record that once again calls upon one of Atlanta's most respected producer's, the prolific Zaytoven.
  • Plenty Paper
    Plenty Paper
    Fresh off the release of his Flexin On Purpose mixtape, Rich The Kid continues to keep the content moving. After hitting us with a new video for “No Ceilings” over the weekend, the Quality Control emcee decides to return today with another new track for us called “Plenty Paper” featuring Key! & Skippa Da Flippa.
  • No Off Dayz
    No Off Dayz
    2 Chainz never stops working, even on his birthday. For his 38th (which he celebrated yesterday), the ever-present Tity 2 Necklace has come through with a motivational anthem, "No Off Dayz". It might not immediately replace "Birthday Song," as the Chainz song people throw on for their born day, but if you're a workaholic like the Atlanta rapper, you'll certainly relate. 
  • I Promise
    I Promise
    The face of the Freebandz crew and label is, of course, its originator -- one of the game's biggest stars: Future. But Mr. Hendrix has recruited some serious ATL up-and-comers to join the movement, including Lil Donald, who came on the scene with "Juice," and whose debut tape, Freeband Loyal, is stacked with hot features and producers. One of the tape's biggest collabs is "I Promise," featuring Rich Homie Quan and produced by Zaytoven. 
  • Ice
    B.o.B has definitely been keeping himself and his fans busy this past month. The rapper recently dropped a surprise album, Psychadelik Thoughtz, which he later made available for free download. If that wasn't enough, he's been dropping off a few loose cuts lately, all the while promoting his No Genre artist London Jae. 
  • Preach (Freestyle)
    Preach (Freestyle)
    Meek Mill is slowly getting back in the game after his reputation was tarnished in his summer beef with Drake. Most of the damage was self-inflicted, and the only way for him to restore his rep is by getting back in the studio and dropping fire raps.  Earlier this week he got a verse in on Rick Ross' new "Turn Ya Back." Now he drops a freestyle over "Preach" -- not the Drake/PND version but Young Dolph's, produced by the always reliable Zaytoven. How'd Meek do? Is he on his way back? Sound off in the comments.
  • Sick Wit It
    Sick Wit It
    We'll be premiering Rich The Kid's upcoming mixtape, Flexin On Purpose on August 26th,a nd today, we're happy to share the most recent release from the project. "Sick Wit It" finds the rapper in comfortable territory, taking on a bouncy Zaytoven instrumental he and his pals Migos were born to rap over. 
  • UGH
    Nobody seems to give Young Dro the credit he deserves. While his contemporaries like Jeezy and T.I. were defining trap as a rough-edged, aggro style of Southern rap, Dro was leaning more towards the Gucci Mane school of brighter, less self-serious fare. That style eventually came to take over Atlanta, albeit in a bit evolved form, and similarly to the Lil Wayne-influences-Young Thug-influences-Lil Wayne pattern we've seen over the past year, now Dro is taking cues from his stylistic descendants. 
  • 100 Bandz (Freestyle)
    100 Bandz (Freestyle)
    After appearing in Chisanity’s new video for “Creepin” last week, Twista decides to return to the scene today with a new freestyle over Chedda Da Connect's “100 Bandz.”
  • I Can Be Your Stripper
    I Can Be Your Stripper
    Shanell has been signed to Young Money forever, and the imprint's inevitable split from Cash Money will probably be a boon to her career. Until Lil Wayne and Birdman duke it out in court, Shanell proceeds as usual by dropping a remix to her recent single "I Can Be Your Stripper," this time bringing in T-Pain to bless the track with his inimitable soaring auto-tune. 
  • Acetone 2.0
    Acetone 2.0
    Before he drops off his Screaming Dreams tape in its entirety, ATL rapper Key! shared a 5 song prelude that included a lot of dope producers. "Acetone 2.0" features the production by Metro Boomin and Zaytoven and the repetitive hook, "Don't touch my dope, might hit your nose, I hit it with acetone."
  • What A Feeling
    What A Feeling
    It's now just eight days until Migos drop their debut album, Yung Rich Nation, and another cut has leaked out. Following "Pipe It Up" and "Recognize," here's the Zaytoven produced "What A Feeling."
  • Zoo Gang
    Zoo Gang
    While Fetty Wap fields allegations about an assault on a ShopRite cashier that took place in New Jersey, he's making sure fans aren't lacking in new music. Fetty's been on a roll lately when it comes to SoundCloud leaks, and continues the trend today by dropping off two new songs from his Remy Boyz.
  • Trap Or Die (Freestyle)
    Trap Or Die (Freestyle)
    Looking to build off his current momentum, which is due in part to his successful Migos-featured mixtape Still On Lock, Rich the Kid decides to come through tonight and share a new freestyle for the fans titled “Trap Or Die”.
  • Welcome To The Zoo
    Welcome To The Zoo
    Fetty Wap has been prolific recently in his output of loose singles, seemingly out to prove that he is a generational hitmaker who's here to stay.
  • How Many
    How Many
    Back in 2009, Atlanta entrepreneur OJ Da Juiceman had a brief moment in the spotlight, allowed mostly by a track with hook that featured him listing off different amounts of drugs. Six years after "Make The Trap Say Aye," he's back with another banger with a very similar hook. "How Many" also features the same producer, Zaytoven. 
  • Can't Call It
    Can't Call It
    There's just some things Que doesn't know the answer to. A lot of things, it turns out, and he rattles off all these trifling questions he be getting on a regular basis through an autotune filter in "Can't Call It." He pairs his raps with the sort of airtight production we've come to expect from Zaytoven. His label comes up a lot here... maybe he's trying to send a message to the suits at Atlantic?
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